On March 19th, 2021, the Grand Assembly of Law and Justice will take place.
This final phase of the IQRDJ’s public consultation will bring together around 150 people from all spheres of society. The objective is to validate the reform proposals made during the Citizen’s Forum and Thematic Agoras. These proposals will inspire the Institute’ work over the coming years.
Those who register for the Grand Assembly will first be invited to acquaint themselves with the proposals made by the IQRDJ as part of the Reform Hub from March 4th to 18th. This virtual space for deliberation will thus give them the opportunity to comment on the proposals before their adoption, by indicating their support for a priority, by discussing its merits or by reflecting on the modalities of its implementation.
During the Grand Assembly on March 19th, the participants will be called upon to vote on the reform proposals, which you can find here. To this end, they will be divided into three distinct colleges: the college of citizens, the college of civil society leaders and the college of members of the legal community. The college of citizens will be composed of participants of the Citizen Forum, as well as other people who have applied. The IQRDJ will target people who will join the college of civil society leaders and the college of members of the legal community.
The proposals adopted on the occasion of the Grand Assembly of the IQRDJ will be the subject of a summary report which will be made public.
Comments made during the Reform Hub will serve to inform the Institute’s implementation of the adopted proposals.